Closure extension for safety of students and teachers amid pandemic
Educational institutions in Bangladesh will continue to remain shut till June 30 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The shutdown had earlier been extended till June 13.
The decision was taken following suggestions by the technical committee as some parts of the country are badly hit by the pandemic. It is aimed at ensuring the safety of students, teachers, institutions, employees and guardians.
The Bangladesh government has also extended the closure of all primary schools and kindergartens till June 30.
Educational activities of all schools and colleges will continue online.
The country had first shut down all its educational institutions on March 16.
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